Written by Michael Clawson "Richie Bravo – that is a fine name for a pop singer. But all is not fine for Richie, the portly, past-his-prime Austrian vocalist at the center of Ulrich Seidl’s icy, wince-inducing character study."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "John Barker returns to direct and his continued passion and love for this community and these people is as evident as his direction in the first. He opens and closes both films with music and..."… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "“A Haunting in Venice” begins in 1947 with a post-war Poirot now retired and drowning himself in pastries and gardening whilst a line of would-be cases piles up in front of his door."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "Any semblance of hope for Michael Chaves to be the successor to James Wan in the “Conjuring” universe died in the first five minutes of the shamefully poor “The Nun II.” Chaves employed wonderfully lit camerawork … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "A middling sci-fi thriller that borrows heavily from “Blade Runner,” “Simulant” has enough momentum and coherence to be mildly diverting, but its lack of originality ultimately makes it decidedly..."… Continue reading.
Written by Christopher Cross "Influenced by the martial arts classics that came before it, Xu Haofeng and Xu Junfeng’s latest film, “100 Yards,” delivers some of the most engrossing and grounded fight sequences in recent..."… Continue reading.
Written by Christopher Cross "Money is the root of all evil, but if you’re not attentive, all roads will lead to capitalism in Mladen Đorđević’s “Working Class Goes to Hell.” A satire imbued with the power of Satan, Đorđević’s timely … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "In Charlotte Le Bon’s first feature-length film we see Joseph Engel as Bastien, a 13-year-old boy on summer vacation with his family at their lakeside cabin. Also staying in the cabin are his parent's friends and … Continue reading.
Written by Livvy O'Brien "Directed by Taika Waititi, “Eagle vs Shark” is his first feature film which sets the tone of his filmic style with a peculiar sense of humour and underlying emotional depth. Starring Jemaine Clement as..."… Continue reading.
Written by Raúl Mendoza "“In The Realm of the Senses” is written and directed by the Japanese director Nagisa Ōshima (“Death by Hanging”). It is a fictionalized and sexually explicit imagining of the Sada Abe case, where a Japanese..."… Continue reading.